This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Childcare for key workers - how to apply A basic education service is being provided in Inverclyde for the children of key workers even though all schools and nurseries are due to close today (Friday 20 March).
Inverclyde free school lunches to continue Plans have been put in place to make sure that pupils in Inverclyde entitled to free school meals continue to receive lunch while schools are closed.
£7.4m set aside for new community hub People with learning disabilities and autism in Inverclyde are set to benefit from a new, £7.4m, state-of-the-art daytime activity hub.
Council launches CCTV crackdown on littering A second local litter bug has been snared turfing take-out trash out of their car and has now been served with an £80, fixed penalty notice.
Reading challenge launched CHILDREN across Inverclyde have started a new chapter in their learning – by signing up for a bumper reading contest.
Watt a result – Greenock museum up for Scottish architectural prize GREENOCK’S Watt Institution has been shortlisted for a national architectural award following a major £2.1 million refurbishment.
£150,000 investment to make streets near schools safer Children at local primary schools are set to benefit from a £150,000 investment designed to make the streets around their schools safer for pedestrians and cyclists.
Inverclyde budget approved A cross-party budget has been agreed for the next financial year for Inverclyde Council.
Anti-social behaviour crackdown in Greenock town centre A CAMPAIGN has been launched to clampdown on issues such as anti-social behaviour and drunkenness in Greenock town centre.
Boxing club bags share of £13,000 council funding BOXERS in the east end of Greenock are as proud as punch after landing a share of a £13,000 funding pot to support an influx of new young fighters.